Covid 19 Update: India Records 3,325 New Covid Cases In 24 Hours

The rate of Covid-19 (Corona) is on the upswing once again. There is a noticeable trend in WHO Data for the Indian scenario. From 2020 onward, we had a couple of sharp spikes in ‘Daily confirmed case’. The statistics as shared by the Health Ministry department show that Corona is facing an upward trend for the last couple of weeks. Why is this increasing suddenly? Why is the trend going upward in this manner? Well, there is no perfect answer to this. But the health workers and doctors collectively noticed that relaxation in covid appropriate behavior has a lot to do with the upsurge. People tend to loosen up after getting a double shot of the vaccine.

According to updated data from the Union Health Ministry on Tuesday, there were 3,325 new coronavirus infections reported in India. The number of active cases has decreased from 47,246 to 44,175. Additionally, the total number of deaths due to COVID-19 has increased to 5,31,564, with 17 new deaths reported. It’s worth noting that Kerala has reconciled seven deaths. The data was updated at 8 am.

According to the Ministry, the total number of Covid cases has reached 4.49 crore (4,49,52,996). Active cases currently represent only 0.11% of all infections, and the country’s COVID-19 recovery rate stands at 98.71%. The Ministry’s website reported that the number of people who have recovered from the disease has surged to 4,43,77,257, and the case fatality rate currently stands at 1.18%. In terms of vaccinations, the nationwide vaccination drive has administered 220.66 crore doses of the Covid vaccine in the country so far.

As for now, there are no travel restrictions by the health ministry. But it is advisable to wear the mask and take preventive measures keeping the current situation in view. The toll has been rising in the last few weeks. Unlike in 2020 and early 2021, no such announcements of lockdown have been mentioned by the government. It will definitely depend on the numbers and percentage of tolls in the upcoming days.